Our expert says:
This is really something you need to discuss with your own counsellor, and put high on the agenda for those sessions. Sounds like you've been making significant and admirable progress within yourself --- but the therapist ought to also help you deal with the difficulties your husband might experience on suddenly finding himzself dealing with a more secure and assertive woman. Maybe some joint sessions, as he needs to consider --- does he really feel he can only commit to a relationship with an unhappy and ineffective woman, only to reject her when she becomes competent ? Don't let him get out of it on the phoney "I don't need counselling' argument --- if he experiences problems with how the counselling has affected you, invite him to join in for some sessions to discover what's going on, and to raise his concerns directly with the couinsellor. Not because he NEEDS any counselling himself, of course, but to fine tune what he may feel is going wrong within yours !
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